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"smartwater" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"smartwater" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"In the next 20 something then get him in 805, too. Will one of 67 or Instagram Twitter striker Incline? One of the I guess I would say it's a highlight of what kind It's just 81 forces so not topical. That's so great. Ernest didn't go to camp that's really good. That could be a top 10. That's right up my alley. Not a tough It is for me on the sharp in the paper. The top did make me chuckle. Not as much as Mike Pence Lord of the flies, but all all strong and we appreciate them. They're streaming through. On. It's great to see them coming in from a bunch of new cities as well. Thank you and again quickly. If you're new to mash tags, you two this week is 2020 a movie. Anything that's happened in 2020 mash it up with any movie put him together for one title. And that is a mash tag like 95 ones. I think I got it from my cousin Vinny Grace, even common Phillips. Now 657 didn't change anything. But we appreciate that. Nonetheless, we're going to remember many events from this year. But for me in the top Three is the animal takeover, which we've mentioned quite a bit on the show. The animals have gotten so comfortable walking into our space, whether it's in Lake Tahoe like actually walking into somebody's cabin and opening the refrigerator not busting through a window but using their PA To twist the door open. We've gotten dumber everything that has made a smarter, smart car Smartwater smartphones has actually just Almeida's dumber. The animals have figured it out, and they're getting smarter because they used to see human. And that meant that, like there were three seconds away for someone shooting a bow and arrow, Adam now We're pulling out phones and trying to take pictures and be like I was going to go huge on Tic tac and the animals have got wise to it. And the animals are like, hold on. Ah, They're just trying to dance with me. They don't want to kill me. So now they have no fear, and they used to just go away. Or like if we were out in about a bear wouldn't just come up and try to hang with you. And now that is not the case. I have some previous examples and a brand new animal takeover. First stopped. Remember this one. This boar? Did something to a gentleman on a beach. This man was enjoying the beach when a wild boar grabbed his bag and took off. Not wanting to be defeated. The man got up and started chasing the boar and her two babies wearing nothing, but his confidence was naked Onlookers laughed at the spectacle. Demand eventually got his bag which did contain his laptop, and he was entertained by the picture. Sefton him, he was. Ah, yeah, he was nude sunbathing out there on that board just took all this, but he brought his laptop. So he was working on some kind of naked screenplay. I mean, You read too well on the beach. I probably could have been any of our coworkers doing assume, because that's the idea Now you can do it from anywhere. So handsome guy that you're working with. Just think of your least attractive coworker probably sitting there naked, zooming with you right now. Next up. Remember this this particular bills, but a lot of bears When it comes to the animal take over. This one was in Mexico. Heart stopping video out of Mexico shows a moment of black bear walks right up to a group of hikers and begin sniffing a woman's hair bear, apparently quite interested in this one young woman in particular, Omar, That's the Omar affairs going up there and give a nice, creepy sniff. Well, with all the water, cucumber, melon and all the weird crap that we put in shampoo Now I mean bears, it makes sense that bears are confused. Sally, this bear chose this lady in particular. There were a lot of people around, walked right up to this lady. And then listen. What happens A woman's hair the bear, apparently quite interested in this one young woman in particular, and she was hiking with several other people when this happened, and now some people might screamer try to run in a situation like this, But this young woman and her friends are all Pretty nonchalant about the whole thing. In fact, the woman whips out her cell phone to take a selfie with the bear. And the bear stands up next to her on its hind legs, clearly ready for its close up and then rips her head right off her body That did not happen. Last one is this bison attack? California woman is in the hospital because she was goodbye A bison in Yellowstone National Park, but F y I She just wasn't minding her own business and walking through the park stained 30 40 yards away. She was what King up to this bison, intense trying trying take itself in course, that's always the case. So I know you're supposed to feel bad when you hear a story of like when we got trampled by a herd of elephants, But You don't really feel bad when you realize they put themselves in that position because they wanted to go up there, and they weren't okay, using zoom they needed to. They wanted to be as close as possible. They wanted to get up there and get the action. It's all for the likes. Right. So we have a new animal attack. Now we dio and we'll take over Tanque Sicilian attack there. CNN reporter named Joe Johns The steward's gone viral. He was broadcasting outside of the White House within the gates and An animal. Let's just say disturbed him get there is Ah now. Is that the animal? The reporter? That's the reporters report. Who just does. The president tried to scare him away, starts yelling at this animal and gets right back into his report. There is ah! Now, no events on the president's schedule today and important to say, White House Man. He's going No, so he starts. He stops in the middle to get the raccoons kind starts walking up to him again. That's the raccoons are supposed to be. You're not supposed to see them like they're supposed to operate in the shadows of the night. It's like when I know when we get up for this job. It's very early and one of the strange things. I will see raccoons and skunks and rats and I'll see them kind of in their nap. Possum. They're all out doing their thing. When, like, normally during the day, you don't see them unless I think they're they got the Rabies. That's when they're out during the day when they're all confused. Yeah, but now that we're working from home, they're working overtime. They can make their own hours now. They don't have to work at night. Well, this guy's definitely a professional, but you haven't heard where he gets put on tilt a little bit by this record now, no events on the president's schedule today and important to say the White House, especially from the dam. African raccoons again. 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Detroits first director of digital inclusion helps a divided city get online

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:21 min | 1 year ago

Detroits first director of digital inclusion helps a divided city get online

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for h._r. Payroll and talent management learn more at ultimatesoftware dot com ultimate software people first and by smart water. Smart water is on a mission to add fresh thinking to the world. That's why they created two new ways to hydrate smart water alkaline alkaline with nine plus p. h. Helps keep you hydrated while you're on the move and smart water antioxidant with added selenium helps you find balance for your body and mind and now you can order smart water by saying hang alexa order smartwater yourself will thank yourself smart water. That's pretty smart to close the digital divide in detroit any more than just wirz from american public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed kim in for molly would not having solid access to the internet is like competing in a three legged race tied to a cow looking for work. Most applications are online need to check your bank account. Pay bills dell's check medical records do homework. It's all easier if you're online and getting a lot harder if you're not detroit is one of the least connected big american cities according to the national digital inclusion alliance less than half of homes. There have broadband internet that means hundreds of thousands of detroiters stand stand on the losing side of a growing digital divide. It's judge edmunds job to help. Detroiters get online and so them why they need to. He's he's the city's first director of digital inclusion and he says the problem is in just infrastructure. We have several internet service providers and if you actually look at the provider data ninety eight to one hundred percent of detroit is covered with internet access. Sorry issue isn't necessarily internet access internet adoption meaning. What are the bears the technology adoption that are causing detroiters not to take advantage of getting into the home costing one of the big barriers. We look at poverty. Poverty directly exacerbates the digital divide something like the digital divide. That's maybe not well understood by. You know a lot of people a lot of times. When there's this kind of different understanding that there's often like a different language that's understood like is there any example of things that people say that somebody on the other side of the divide just wouldn't get yes when i was on focus groups with public housing residents in cleveland and we kept talking about applications like oh you know download an app download it up and <hes> people were thinking i was talking about job applications and that's such as light example but we've just taken technology and integrated it in and we get it but people don't this task does not sound easy and not cheap. What are you in the city gonna do to expand access us. I've identified five hundred sixty one free wifi sites all throughout the city of detroit that make money to do. I mean i'll be maybe my salary went to knowing. It and these aren't municipal networks. These are your mcdonald's or tim hortons that random nonprofit on the corner that church that has it if you go to any neighborhood where there's a lot of children and there's no library present and there's mcdonalds there. Those kids are going to mcdonald's to do their homework and i'm not saying that the city is saying go to mcdonalds and do your homework rather. It's very interesting to see the way that public wifi and free. Wi fi is driving people to certain places. I would say what's looming over. All of this is the fact that the census next year is going online and so when i have residents namely my older residents gordon were like no. I don't be like this. Are you know i don't feel comfortable during this. What are the implications around the sense. Uh being counted. There's a cast value that it every single resident has mike figure wrong but i believe every resident <hes> it's worth eighteen hundred dollars a year to the census so if you're not counted managing ask them locations around that joshua edmonds is the director of digital inclusion for the city of detroit. If you wanna see the city's digital divide on a map the university of michigan again put together an atlas of homes without computers without broadband with only a smartphone and just with cellular data. We've got a link on our site at marketplace place tech dot org and now for some related links dallas also ranks low when it comes to connectivity the dallas morning news says a._t. And t. has invested in better connectivity in areas with higher property values and not so much or not at all all in areas with lower values by the way eight hundred brought in twenty eight and a half billion dollars from internet service last year. The paper has an awesome interactive active features that shows the gap at pretty granular levels. Some hope the onset of five g. means a better chance to bridge the digital divide in rural areas and they're looking at the much celebrated oversee band of broadcasting spectrum. The f._c._c. may decide to free parts of the spectrum up for five g. Use the hill has an op ed from the president of the wireless internet service providers association he worries the band will just get divvied up among major communications companies this and wants a portion set aside for connecting rural areas. He doesn't seem too optimistic. That's the way congress is leaning. I'm jed kim and ad that's marketplace tech. This is a._p._m. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by entercom com intercom. What's more of the nice people visiting your website to give you money so they took a little chat bubble in the corner website and packed it with conversational bots product attic tours n._p._s. Surveys all sorts of things that amplify your team and help you reach more nice people in our comm- customer unity got forty five percent more loyal users as with entercom in just twelve months go to entercom dot com slash podcast to start making money from real time chat then everything else intercom can do. That's intercom dot com slash podcast.

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Apple Health: Once the companys ambition, now has stalled

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:17 min | 1 year ago

Apple Health: Once the companys ambition, now has stalled

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for h._r. Payroll and talent management learn more at ultimatesoftware dot com ultimate software people first and by smart water. Smart water is on a mission to add fresh thinking to the world. That's why they created two new ways to hydrate smart water alkaline alkaline with nine plus p. h. Helps keep you hydrated while you're on the move and smart water antioxidant with added selenium helps you find balance for your body and mind and now you can order smart water by saying hang alexa order smartwater yourself will thank yourself smart water. That's pretty smart apple c._e._o. Tim cook once said this about the company's unease legacy what was apple's greatest contribution to mankind it will be about health but the health efforts may have stalled from american public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm ali would <music> while they're back in two thousand eighteen. It seemed like apple was really going to upend the health industry. The company announced an app that could monitor your heart rate and detect irregularities. It was bringing your medical records to your iphone. It even launched its own healthcare clinics employees and families which people saw as a trial balloon for understanding the industry but this week c._n._b._c.'s christina far reported that several people have left the apple health division. We called her up for quality assurance. The segment where we take a deeper look at big tech story. She told us the employees were frustrated. It over the company's lack of organization and ambition so there's definitely been some tension in timely about you know where to focus on their sicker patients who are definitely definitely more costly to the system or just to build more of these sort of wellness tools for the every day us <hes> <hes> who may or may not deeply care or even need these products products and when you have seen them say. Let's go in the medical direction. I think there's also been tension about how they roll out those products because it may not make sense wants to have a splashy apple launch just like they do with any other tool or feature for a product that is more medical and scope <hes> that typically you see in the medical we'll space <hes> much more focused and targeted launches that include a lot of conditions and a lot of transparency and not just really isn't natural to apple right and isn't it fair to say it shouldn't be too much of a surprise that apple wouldn't necessarily pivot hard in the direction of really overhauling the health care system since you know i mean you could really argue that. Its primary focus is to create features and or services that sell hardware. That's how it makes. Its money absolutely and some employees recognized that and perhaps those is the the employees that remain happy at the company and a thriving there <hes> but if you're a company like apple you're one of the largest if not the largest company in the world right now now and there are people who are very ambitious who want to do something more <hes>. Many of these people either had a medical background where they joined apple health because they had a passion for the space. Maybe it was their own brush with the healthcare system or a loved one and they want to do something more and so for those people i can imagine it being difficult difficult well. An apple is not the only company who is sort of tried to come at the healthcare industry in some way and yet it feels like a lot of those efforts have stalled. I wonder do you think the tech industry runs into the health industry and goes wow this is harder than we thought yes <hes> and the cultures between these two sorts of industries is so different in medicine the biggest <hes> idea that sort of everybody believes in is that we should do know home which is really kind of a risk of us in slightly conservative philosophy in attack. It's all about you know moving fos and breaking things and these two visions for how to move forward don't necessarily work <hes> when there are pushed together dr christina far is a health and tech reporter for c._n._b._c. and now for some related links we of course have a link to christina's piece about the apple departures over at marketplace tech dot org as for other big tech companies representatives from amazon alphabet apple and microsoft met with big healthcare providers in d._c. Last month a yahoo story about those meetings has a nice round up of the efforts by the four companies in the healthcare space and it notes that microsoft alphabet specifically are all about using artificial intelligence for future healthcare developments whether it's disease detection or reducing adducing costs with better healthcare records keeping however on wednesday the co founder of google's a._i. Lab called deep mind was apparently placed on leave <unk> over some controversial projects. One of those controversies came in two thousand seventeen hospital in london was working with deep mind on a project to help doctors diagnose patients ask who might be at risk of kidney problems but you know how a._i. Requires a lot of data and the hospital was accused of illegally sharing one point six million patient records leads with the mind and a little plug here over at wired dot com. I've got a column this week about that exact problem a._i. And machine learning need a lot a lot of data to do things that can literally save lives but we're a little sketchy about handing it over these days because of well stories like that one matt that party and stephanie who's produced marketplace tech tro is our senior producer sarah gear and robin edgar engineer the show. I'm ali would have a great weekend everyone. This is a._p._n. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by intercom income. What's more of the nice people visiting your website to give give you money so they took a little chat bubble in the corner of a website and packed it with conversational bots product tours n._p._s. Surveys all sorts of things that amplify your team and help you reach more nice people in our comm- customer unity got forty five percent more loyal users with intercom in just twelve months go to intercom dot com slash podcast to start making money from real time chat then see everything else intercom can do. That's intercom dot com slash podcast.

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"smartwater" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"smartwater" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Don't know. Is it is it Jesus. Or is it a Elizabeth Espinosa? I'm not sure which one here's the thing. I came in and other than the chairs being completely like why were the chairs where they were nothing was in near the microphone anywhere. But all right. So we started off there's a bottle of smartwater here. All right. Good smartwater half empty, but fine next to it. A half drunk bottle of Kombucha. So now, we're thinking all right. Somebody's really getting on board the health train. Right. But guess what I found under the desk. Three. Nhs. That's probably from Conway L. That's gross. Was not Conway anway wasn't here. Sunday morning. I know but Conway with we were here yesterday morning there were no fun. Right. Okay. Rossio right, funding's Cambodia and functions. Okay. They're trying. They're starting or I'm just saying it's either Elizabeth or Jesus I'm not putting it past either one of them to enjoy a funding. But I'm thinking Elizabeth is who leaves them laying around. Why Jesus didn't clean the funds up to holy for that? That's on him. Okay. She we should have our show. Now, let's do that. Let's get onto transforming your ordinary house into an extraordinary home. And you know, our going to do that today. We're gonna talk about something that is really opinion. Polarizing I've been saying this around the station all week people have asked me. Hey, what's what's the what's show on Sunday? I'm like wallpaper in the really, in fact, Bella DHS, did this to me Bella in Morgan the other day, I ran into them, and is like what the show on Sunday, and I'm like wallpaper, and she's like really is that even a thing is that still a thing. And I'm like, yeah. Not only is it a thing. But your generation is the one who's bringing it back. Right. Thank god. See we're doing something. Good. You are something constructive and in in seriously doing it. Right. So here's the deal with wallpaper wallpaper. I appeared you know, I was. Going to give you history lesson. It first appeared in the modern sense in the sixteenth century, you know, three or four centuries after we started some serious papermaking and printing along the way, right, and it showed up in the form of black and white hand blocked prints kind of stencils, innocence or stamps to put it better. The guild of paper hangers. I established itself in France in fifteen ninety nine and then it's gone through all sorts of changes through the years now, relative to us those of us living here in the early part of the twenty-first century. Most of us have including me have a visceral kind of gut reaction to wallpaper. That's like, no, thank you. But this is why I'm putting on my designer hat for you today. And I'm not necessarily trying to make you a convert. It's not like I want everybody to run out and and cover their house in wallpaper. But I do wanna open your mind to it again and to be more accurate. We're really not talking about wallpaper as we are talking about wall coverings that is a more accurate specific phrase because it's not just about paper anymore. It's not that simple but wallpaper as general theme is ready for its next act. It is incredibly opinion, polarizing, but it is it's a it's a really effective paint alternative. K now it has for the better part of my lifestyle. My lifestyle. My lifetime been a lifestyle. Taboo, right. We got rid of it. Most of our experienced probably most of your experience has been not adding wallpaper to your house, but tearing it out wallpaper removal, but now thanks to some seriously, ultra stylish prints. There are now dimensional fabrics out there. There are all sorts of. New materials that make it easy to install. And. Yeah, also easy to remove. So finally for the first time in human history wallpaper wall coverings are being specifically designed to not only go up easier than ever but go up and stay up knowing that the day's going to come when they're gonna come back down. And so they are being designed to go up smoothly and to come down easily. And so that right there should alleviate at least half of your fear about wallpaper. We'll get into the other half. Which is you know, is it gauche is it ugly is too much is dated all of that kind of stuff. But I'll tell you why wall coverings as a whole or coming back number one wall coverings really well chosen wall covering brings more drama to a wall than paint. Ever could of their could okay. More detail more drama, more depth more texture than paint. And we have now come to the end of several decades of just going pretty much bare wall paint just paint just beige. And then we went through that was the, you know, the seventies and eighties Bauge, and then we moved into the nineties and the early ought to thousands. And it was kind of grays and blues and neutrals. But it was just what it was. And then we have crossed over into a time where millennials are now buying houses and owning houses and living under their own roofs. Whether they're renting or otherwise. And they want to bring something to, but they have a a minimalist general attitude as a whole not every millennialism analyst. But it it's one of those characterizations of an entire generation less stuff. And yet they're looking for more texture. More texture more color away of having something more interesting in a room without having more stuff in the room. Think about that. And that is where wall coverings come into play, especially if you're a renter. Removable wall coverings come into play because you can make where you live your home without having to screw up your security deposit when the time comes for you to move on. So anyway, lots of stuff about wallpaper to talk about putting it on taking it off all of the different options. And we're gonna talk about as much as we can today, including your calls the number to call me. Eight three three to ask dean eight three three the number two Azzedine. Call me about anything you want. Call me about mothers day mothers get first priority today. So if you're listening and your family hasn't drug you out of the house yet to do whatever you're going to do for mom's day today. You get to cut to the front of the queue fast pass for mothers today. Eight three three to ask dean. I'm so glad you joined this morning. Hang tight. We're just getting started. Rosie Rivera has the new. Lipton star of the groundbreaking late nineteen sixties TV show. 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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Comprehensive pay review and mark out is out there talking about it and people hear him because it's mark that heat off talking about it that matters you know these are people who have loud voices and they should use them for this purpose a little bit i love that just one voice can amplify and when you partner with people who have to influence in the impact they know this is this is really start of huge movement it's been really amazing just learning more about your past in your inspiration also the stories that's her show for this week thanks again for tuning into the podcast by the social university we are the grad school for life and our mission is to spark world changing collaborations by introducing you to the most inspiring people ideas and experiences in the world check us out at ib dot com for life changing advice and gatherings and the foremost thought leaders shaping our world today for more information about the community and to find out about events happening near you visit ibtx dot com and email us by a membership at ivy dot com dream big and stay inspired this episode of the podcast is presented by smart water what makes smart water so smart it starts with a little inspiration from the clouds nature's pure source of water smart water copies those puffy white clouds in creating vapor distilled purity cure perfection smart water also has electrolytes which helps give it that clean crisp taste always be the inspiration since the water vapor distilled her purity purity you can taste education you can feel choose smart water or smart water sparkling today at your local retailer.

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"And he gave it funding for three things one was to building incubator for girls building companies in their field was for the pipeline and one was for hiring women and underrepresented minorities and i was like as it is here we need more of how can women in silicon valley best have their voices heard and how can we bring men into the conversation sometimes i see there's like silent pockets of people having conversations but we want to be a collective and how can people in this room he wouldn't the ninety community people in tech announce tech how can we bring that conversation ford so first of all thank you as i said at the top to everyone who's here you know i am so grateful that people care about this and people want to make a difference and that's the first step and you know i do think that there is something cathartic about women being able to talk to other women and then being able to talk to other men and no i i i know that some men are feeling scared and attacked as a result and we do need to create safe spaces for everybody to be able to talk about this but we can't have these conversations separately we need women to be in this together and i do think there isn't amount of women speaking up that is important but it's not all on men and men can speak up to and you know we talk a lot about speaking up when you see something go wrong but you could also speak up when you see someone else getting interrupted or not getting an opportunity or maybe someone's being treated poorly and it can be so much easier for you as the bystander to say that's not cool or maybe we should do something different than for the victim to say hey ending man slain can you stop that.

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Do you see parallels with the hollywood and the metoo movement and how can tech in hollywood partners about we can tell the story and get it out there to more broader reach the world's absolutely at i finished show inspired and encouraged by all of the women who've come forward and all of these industries and i've i've spoken to the folks at times i've gone down to it was actually in washington dc yesterday so everybody is talking about this and everybody wants to know what they can do what i think makes hollywood different is that they have reese witherspoon who can be on stage at the oscar saying like we can't stand for this and in silicon valley it's a little bit different you have so many who signed nondisclosure agreements and in their signing their voice away essentially or they have entrepreneurs like you like your business your life your livelihood depends on the success of your business and so you have to show much at risk and so i see some there has been a lot of positive change in the last year for example uber just ended forced arbitration so that if somebody had not you know without being pushed as we all know but they're no actually a rarity in corporate america because women who have a complaint against or drive against driver against an employee or a driver passenger complaining they don't have to settle that complaint him private they can settle down complete in public that's good.

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Whatever oxford grammatical something something manual she has that it sounds like just being in that environment inspired you to do to be able to take risks to take a stand i wear some of the challenges that you face as a reporter in tech you know especially when people when you're interviewing people who are blatantly sexist or sajjan is like how do you steer the conversation so that had cal cal you you manage those conversations when they are obviously not in line with your stance so first of all you know the book is very much focused on women who work in the tech industry and i work in the media industry but i cover tech and actually in my office women are actually pretty well we have kind of the opposite problem i have far more women on my team than we're always looking for goodman obviously i cover an icon an industry that's really male dominated and my job is to sort of cultivate sources foregoing share information and tell stories can be comfortable enough to join to join us on the show certainly i've been put in uncomfortable positions there was an investor who jumped in the car with me and i was like he's like where are you going i was like not where you're going my husband's there so i've never felt like i never experienced anything to the extent that the women in the book experienced but sexism and sexual harassment exists everywhere and it is in hollywood us we've learned it in washington it's on wall street but what i think makes silicon valley different is this belief and proclamation that we're changing the world and silicon valley has changed the world in so many ways but it's also led to this sense of entitlement an era gance and moral exceptionalism that sort of been an impediment to admitting well hey actually were kind of prompt part of the problem and you can't tell me that the people who can connect the world and you know create v online bookstore for the world rides at the push of a button you can tell me those people can't build more diverse workforces and so in my view you know if we can get people to mars and build self driving cars and organize the world's information we can hire more women we can pay them fairly and we can fund their ideas that's.

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"On may twenty four th and members gathered ignite with emily chang a harvard university graduate and five time regional emmy award winning journalist you may know her as bloomberg technologies anchor and executive producer but in this talk chang discusses her new book proto bia published earlier this year the book is a critically acclaimed expose revealing silicon valley sukses aggressive and misogynistic bro culture where women are vastly outnumbered face toxic workplace discrimination and sexual harassment despite the utopian ideals and moral high ground at the valley claims to hold the roth a book chang shows us how to fix this toxic culture to finally bring down this bro toby this episode of the podcast is presented by smart water what makes smart water so smart it starts with a little inspiration from the clouds nature's pure source of water smart water copies those puffy white clouds in creating vapor distilled purity pure perfection smart water also has electrolytes which helps get that clean chris pace louts will always be inspiration since the water vapor distilled for purity purity you can taste education you can feel choose smart water or smart water sparkling today in at your local retailer such a pleasure to be here with you again i still remember a year ago we met for coffee and it was actually less than a year ago i shared my story and then in less than eight months the book was out and i just really appreciate just n lease heart and just for him not just her experience but her her festive skills but also just her care for people in her desire to really want to move culture forward yeah it's definitely a pleasure to be together again and i want to say lease it was so courageous that day and i could not have done this book if it wasn't for people like you women like you and we wouldn't have seen the change we've seen in the last year if it wasn't for women like you so thank you thank you so let's start with you know i think a lot of us are curious what was your inspiration for writing this book and why should they.

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"smartwater" Discussed on In The Limelight

In The Limelight

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on In The Limelight

"Tough i've read sense as i'm sure you've seen to is said that she would didn't really want to go to new york and he didn't really want to go to la which seems like something you would have forced out an advance but that they were kind of it's like you and me sadly supper he did on the coast never to be together but we didn't we didn't get married for so it's okay right that there is also speculation that they didn't officially get married which i also kind of i thought that that was so i don't understand that so the idea that they fake dead or something you don't have to do the paperwork don't have to file any paperwork you have this lovely ceremony in your hearts you're married but on paper like they can just essentially he can pack of a few boxes an colleagues i saw the tmz who is usually able to find anything so they couldn't find the certificate ray ray which i love but then i also saw somewhere else that she had by the way offenses like e news is armageddon i felt like 18 different of the the last photo of john adjusted taken before the divorce ends first photos cents a time line of the whole breakdowns everything justin and genocide each other i didn't really they would go all in on this and the way that they would for you know brad angelina or i don't know of kim and konya ever got divorce or something they of really commit at like a photo history of their relationship and their relationship wasn't that long though that the other county pictures of them even exist for there to be a highlight slide show on we did you see the other thing that she had an ironclad preen up someone said now but i would hope so without that france money but the exactly and i loved that one because there was such a funny it was like she has millions and millions and he had a gas spot in zoo lander earth something it was something like that like such a demeaning way of describing any of the income he would be bringing him she will pay has spousal support and smart smartwater did you see that on says she was on the cover of architectural digest ya the curse the curse of page six reported that arkhan.

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"smartwater" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"And i thought i guess i could make product it's what i do anyway and it's what i'm good at its the one time i don't think guests myself i don't have any doubt when it comes to design so i had a blackberry this is years ago i looked at my blackberry in every single person and my blackberry i reached out to that was what i considered an influence or even though they weren't using that term that long ago and i asked him if i could have their signature to make a bag for the children of pakistan and this was at that time when our government thought that pakistan was hiding in some unsavory people and so to get like the ceo of bergdorf and the ceo of macy's and great and carter the former editor in chief of vanity fair to give their signatures and give it quickly knowing knowing that i was going to sell the product in stores were people could see their name and you know have possibly negative negative impact on their own business that meant so much to me but really what i was hoping it would say is it's not about politics it's just about helping the kids and this list of names with oprah you know it's funny little side note to that story all of the really big names like oprah signed like this and when you look at the list i made him an emissary you actually have open your phone while it then on our show so i didn't.

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"A little bit cheaper product is mostly made in china in view few other countries india peru cetera but definitely not in africa and there's very talented seamstresses in africa and so he wrote that into the contract so it would never have to have that really uncomfortable back and forth that you have with people that are sustaining your business financially but perhaps don't always see the beauty and authentic marketing stories so talk a little bit about this this love capsule collection who currently on my birthday another holidays that are important to me i his collect news who are going to consider this is a prebirthday selfish thank you and make a collection called my love capsule and literally it could be quite literally we right the word love on things i was a huge george michael fans so i made a choose love teeshirt an honor of him recently but this collection for my birthday is camera and rainbow things that make me quite happy i think cam o is a classic and rainbow is that kind of image that you think of it or you rest your eyes on it and it makes you smile so cute little crop gamma jacket but the idea that someone's going to buy it because she loves it and if she carers she'll know that the the the money is going to help women and children countries where it's really hard to even help themselves and if she doesn't than she's just getting a cute little product you've taken trips to to africa you've gone into some of these communities and met some of these women that you're trying to help what was one of the most poignant moments for you well that's that's a great question i think every moment of travel particularly in india because my dad came from such a low caste that i realized from a very early age that that could be me and i realized that i had a responsibility and quite frankly an honor to do what i could.

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"I think either someone that works and my team a me an email that michelle is wearing one of our garments what we've so kind of her actually is probably the best word was that she wore is something that was off the rack and still available and it down sounds perspective goal from ten plus years of working retail from the ground up what that means is she didn't go through stylist she didn't get it for free but also that if anyone wanted to emulate her which she was the first lady of the united states of america and many did and do that the product is still available and she was thinking about small american businesses i think and but at that moment when i got the call or the email i was quite thankful and that is something that i would like to remind all of my co entrepeneurship is to think about how much you have accomplished even in starting because the difference between entrepreneurs the non entrepreneurs is the start and really that's it because many people have great ideas but not many people act on their great ideas i don't think everyone really has context for how expansive your line is tell us a little bit about everything that you're encompassing now sure so i started in two thousand four and i did with designer product which is what i loved and about two thousand eight i started a secondary collection and now was win the economy wasn't actually doing that well with retail and the way that that benefited me was not a lot of other brands were starting secondary lines and so i didn't have a lot of competition in the market at that price point so that really worked out in my favour so you know the take away from that is you can do the exact opposite of what you are you know what the the experts recommend and and it can be a success.

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Working on my own passion and the real answer is you have to be brave enough to jump and grow your wings on the way down you're never going to have the wings before it just doesn't work like that it's not how the universe has set us up and if not how were set up to succeed i actually think that success does not provide any type of knowledge rather failure does and the more failure in every aspect of life the more growth than the more learning so for me i did start while i was working and i started a passion i didn't have any type of business plan i didn't know if there was the white space which is a marketing word that i'm sure you all have heard and use a lot i just started making clothes that i needed and i wanted to wear so what i needed with clothes that worked from eight in the morning until late at night for working women and that's what um my business started on and that's where i found success because you will find people that are into what you're into if it's authentic so tell us a little bit about exactly everything that's in your line right now free and for those of you who don't have context you've dressed littleknown women like i no michelle obama you know little known names like that how does that feel to have grown to that kind of level of success at such an interesting question because those of you that have started your own business or thinking about starting your own business you never get to the point where you you sit back and you think okay great undone peak has the curiosity doesn't allow for it there's so much more that you want to not only experience for yourself but for your customers and win michelle.

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"The following discussion took place at an ivy ideas natan los angeles featuring fashion icon and legendary designer rachel roy innis live conversation with ivs director of strategic relationships sarah zap british gas's her path to founding her own brands and our belief in using our entrepreneurial spirit as a force for good reason to our conversation with rachel roy this episode of the ivy podcast is presented by smartwater what makes smart water so smart it starts with a little inspiration from the clouds nature's pure source of water smartwater copies those puffy white clouds in creating vapor dstld purity cure perfection smartwater also has electrolytes which helps give it that clean chris taste clouds will always be the inspiration since the weather's vapor distilled for purity purity you can taste hydration you can feel jews smartwater or smartwater sparkling today and at your local retailer you know what guys i am so excited to have rachel roy here not only because of her great success but because of the way that i have seen her in this town really contribute and really be a passionate advocate for wanting change rachel roy is the founder and creative director of her namesake line it has been ten years where she has really use the rachel roy brand to help people understand their limitless potential she is also an adviser in a real advocate for world of children which helps underprivileged children she recently launched kindness is always fashionable though really brought together a philanthropic approach to doing business with what she loves fashion and it's not what she does it truly is who rachel roy is so put your hands together for rachel rai.

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Products there cooking and they're sharing and when you eat a really tasty plate of food like that from those ingredients that's what a chef i think that's what a chef supposed to do share that stuff so i picked charleston south carolina yet big time also and it's not that hard to get to charming and people are really nice people say hello unlike y the to be like two days to just be like in high hi thursday on like pay what do you want like my in a mug me what is it the by daydream lynn hello then i come back here and i'm like hello now like now combat gray thank you guys this episode of the ivy podcast is presented by smartwater what makes smart water so smart it starts with a little inspiration from the clouds nature's pure source of water smart water copies those puffy white clouds in creating vapor dstld purity pure perfection smartwater also has electrolytes which helps give it that clean chris taste clouds will always be the inspiration since the weather's vapor distilled for purity purity you can taste had duration you can field choose smartwater or smartwater sparkling today in at your local retailer that's our show for this week thanks again for tuning in to the icty podcast by ib the social university we are the grad school for life and our mission is to spark worldchanging collaborations by introducing you to the most inspiring people ideas and experiences in the world check us out at ib dot com for life changing advice and gatherings and the foremost thought leaders shaping our world today for more information about the ivy community and to find.

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Please enjoy our live conversation with the founder and ceo of magnitude are capital alec widow wits moderated by ivs director of strategic relationships that sarah zapped for more information and to attend large events near you please visit vcom this episode of the ivy podcast is presented by smartwater what makes smart water so smart it starts with a little inspiration from the clouds nature's pure source of water smart water copies those of you wait clouds in creating favorite is still pure cure perfection smartwater also has electrolytes which helps give it that gleamed chris paste clouds will always be the inspiration since the waters vapor distilled for purity garrity you can taste attrition you can feel jews smartwater or smartwater sparkling today in at your local retailer i am so excited tonight to have alec and i was i mean you read us by opening your i'm pretty impressive guy and then earlier this week i had a chance to sit down with him and his team and we were just gonna kinda touch base and it turned into this to our breakfast where i was so blown away by his passion and his inspiration i can't tell you how excited i am to be able to share with you uh his story tonight he is the ceo and founder of magnitude are capital small little hedge fund about fourteen billion under management is when you taken that number for a second we're teen billion under management he started off at jp morgan and he was with the dell for years and growing that out but one of the things that i find so impressive is his commitment to financial literacy and really helping people and especially kids understand that and he's built a great magnet are capital you of chicago.

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"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"smartwater" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Please enjoy our live conversation with the founder and ceo of magnitude are capital alec widow wits moderated by ivs director of strategic relationships that sarah zapped for more information and to attend large events near you please visit vcom this episode of the ivy podcast is presented by smartwater what makes smart water so smart it starts with a little inspiration from the clouds nature's pure source of water smart water copies those of you wait clouds in creating favorite is still pure cure perfection smartwater also has electrolytes which helps give it that gleamed chris paste clouds will always be the inspiration since the waters vapor distilled for purity garrity you can taste attrition you can feel jews smartwater or smartwater sparkling today in at your local retailer i am so excited tonight to have alec and i was i mean you read us by opening your i'm pretty impressive guy and then earlier this week i had a chance to sit down with him and his team and we were just gonna kinda touch base and it turned into this to our breakfast where i was so blown away by his passion and his inspiration i can't tell you how excited i am to be able to share with you uh his story tonight he is the ceo and founder of magnitude are capital small little hedge fund about fourteen billion under management is when you taken that number for a second we're teen billion under management he started off at jp morgan and he was with the dell for years and growing that out but one of the things that i find so impressive is his commitment to financial literacy and really helping people and especially kids understand that and he's built a great magnet are capital you of chicago.

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